Mold growth begins a couple of days after water damage. This can be caused by a flood, heavy thunderstorm, or high humidity levels.
If your property has been exposed to water damage, give All Dry USA a call immediately. The longer you ignore the issue, the more expensive it will be to fix it.
Here’s what to expect from our mold removal and remediation process:
1. Inspection and Damage Assessment
After you give All Dry USA a call, we’ll send a team of experienced professionals to assess your property for mold damage. They’ll inspect your home or business for any visible signs of mold.
However, this fungus isn’t always visible. We carry advanced technologies to help detect these issues before it’s too late for hard to spot mold or hidden water sources.
2. Mold Removal
Using containment procedures, we’ll stop mold growth and development of mold spores within your property. Our team will isolate the contaminated area to keep spores from spreading.
Using professional and powerful specialized filtration equipment, we’ll catch microscopic mold spores out from within the air. Through our HEPA vacuums and “air scrubbers,” we will help stop the growth and spread of this dangerous fungus.
Then, we use antifungal treatments to eliminate spores. Our antimicrobial treatments also help prevent new colonies from forming. Our team will likely need to remove and dispose of damaged materials infested with this fungus. These may include drywall or carpeting; however, we won’t get to this point unless it’s absolutely necessary.
3. Clean the Affected Areas
Once mold has been removed, we will clean up your property. This is a very important part of our process. It includes any item that could have been affected, such as:
- Decorative Items
- Other restorable items!
Our top of the line cleaning techniques ensures all of your belongings are cleaned and sanitized. Along with cleaning the affected areas, we’ll also remove strong odors and deodorize using our fogging equipment.
The entire remediation process depends on the amount of mold growth within your property and the types of surfaces on which it lies.
We mentioned that depending on the severity of the damage within your home, we might need to remove drywalls, floors, and other building materials. The restoration process involves minor repairs like replacing drywall, installing new carpet or painting.
It may also require major repairs like the reconstructions of certain areas of your home or business. Nonetheless, we guarantee to return your property to its natural state.
Do you suspect your property has mold damage? Our All Dry USA experts are here to inspect and restore your home or business. If any issues are found, rest assured we have the right training, tools, and expertise to get the job done right! Call now to get in touch with an All Dry USA mold specialist.